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Exxon’s Climate Denial Set To Face First Public Scrutiny As Legal Woes Mount
Alexander C. Kaufman
The oil giant's refusal to answer European lawmakers' questions could result in a loss of lobbying access.
Ethiopian Airlines Black Boxes Show ‘Clear Similarities’ With Lion Air Crash: Official
By Maggie Fick, Reuters
Both planes were Boeing 737 MAX 8s and both crashed minutes after take off.
‘Bomb Cyclone’ Triggers Biblical Flooding In Midwest
More than 10 million people were reportedly under flood warnings Friday.
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Viral TrashTag Challenge Inspires Mass Garbage Cleanup Efforts
People around the world are posting photos of their good deeds.
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California Is Drought-Free For The First Time In 7 Years
A wet winter has lifted the state out of the drought that's persisted since 2011.
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The Rapid Decline Of The Natural World Is A Crisis Even Bigger Than Climate Change
A three-year UN-backed study from the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform On Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services has grim implications for the future of humanity.
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16-Year-Old Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize
The Swedish high school student has sparked a worldwide movement against global warming.
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Big Business Spent $1.4 Billion On PR, Advertising Over The Last Decade
The oil industry “leads the pack by a mile,” with the American Petroleum Institute accounting for nearly half the total.
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Maryland Could Be The First State To Ban Foam Food Containers
"We have a duty to future generations to clean up the mess that has been made," said a sponsor of the bill now awaiting the governor's signature.
How ‘Social Plastic’ Could Solve Marine Pollution
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New recycling centers in Indonesia offer residents a place to exchange plastic garbage for money, using blockchain technology.
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Trump Parrots Anti-Science Misinformation As He Readies Climate Change Panel
The president shared global warming skeptic Patrick Moore’s theories with his more than 58 million followers.
Woman Attacked By Zoo's Jaguar Apologizes For Crossing Barricade For Photo
She denied climbing over the barrier at Arizona's Wildlife World Zoo but said she was "in the wrong" for leaning over it.
The Green New Deal Debate Is Coming To A Town Hall Near You
Alexander C. Kaufman
Sunrise Movement activists are planning roughly 100 town halls and a 10-stop nationwide tour.
Man Escapes Whale's Mouth After Being Swept Inside While Snorkeling
"I instinctively held my breath, assuming that it would dive down again and spit me out somewhere."
Jay Inslee Demands Climate Action Now: 'The World's On Fire'
The Washington governor and 2020 Democratic candidate defended his single-issue campaign Sunday.
Jaguar Attacks Woman After She Crosses Barrier For Photo, Zoo Says
The woman sustained injuries to her arm that aren't life-threatening, according to Arizona's Wildlife World Zoo.
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Bill Nye Joins The Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Fan Club: She 'Gets It'
One of America's most prominent TV scientists came out in support of the congresswoman, crashing her SXSW talk with a big question.
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Scientists May Have Discovered A New Orca Species
By Seth Borenstein, AP
Researchers spotted the mysterious killer whales off the coast of Chile.
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Chimpanzee Groups Have Unique Cultures, But People Could Be Destroying Them
Research finds that human activity may be contributing to the loss of cultural behaviors among chimps.
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Why Southeast Asia Is Flooded With Trash From America And Other Wealthy Nations
Capitalism, greed and inequality have created a crisis in the global recycling system.
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From Climate Change To Gun Control, 8 Women Making The World A Better Place
This International Women’s Day we celebrate some truly badass women.
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Should Some Sunscreens Be Banned To Save Corals? Scientists Can’t Agree.
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“You don’t base global public health decisions on a couple studies.”
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These People Have Given Up Flying To Help The Environment
Aviation has a huge effect on climate change. That's why these people have chosen to quit or restrict their flying.
Republicans Continue To Criticize The Green New Deal
Republicans have beef with a Democratic plan to tackle climate change.
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Why Eating Roadkill Makes Roads Safer For People And Animals
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States are legalizing roadkill salvaging to feed people and track animal migration.
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Acting Interior Chief To Sign Orders On Public Access, Big Game Habitat
Critics saw the announcement as an attempt to greenwash his anti-conservation record.
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